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Se Catedral de Evora

Largo do Marques Marialva, Evora 7000-809, Portugal
+351 266 759 330
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Roman-Gothic 12th century cathedral. Guard a valuable treasure. Spectacular visit the cloisters of the cathedral and coverage, with magnificent views of the historic center. Is part of the monumental complex as a Unesco World Heritage
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  • Poor2%
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Largo do Marques Marialva, Evora 7000-809, Portugal
+351 266 759 330
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Reviewed 1 week ago

almost a millennium of history for that sober construction,quite impressive the time left traces in architectural stiles, try to recognize the elements for each the museum is interesting, it's good to take a coffee after visiting, but the nicest thing to do is to climb...More

Thank PopisteanuG
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

It is located on the highest part of the town so you get a nice panoramic view from its roof. Check out the organ and its position in the nave of the cathedral!

Thank Adrian G
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

This place needs to be part if any your if evora. definitely worth a visit and spending some time here.

Thank dbdurango
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

The cathedral is impressive enough on its own but what really stands out is the view from above. Take the stairs up for some gorgeous views of the town and surrounding countryside.

Thank mjnmjd
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Make sure you make the trip to the roof to get the panoramic view of the area. No wonder it was strategic! Beautiful artwork throughout. Interesting to note that there was a Japanese delegation to Evora in the 1500`s who visited the Cathedral and were...More

Thank Kathryn L
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

The Cathedral itself is interesting, especially for the statue of the pregnant Mary. There is also a museum, with some interesting pieces, including a bit of the True Cross. No photos are allowed in the museum. The ticket also allows entrance into the cloister (restrooms...More

Thank Esther P
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

The big church in Evora, some impressive church art, beautiful ceiling, part of a big complex. Large and impressive.

Thank Thomas V
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

Don’t miss going up to roof terrace for the views both of Evora and the Cathedral itself. Also go to the museum especially to see the ivory statue of Mary which is open to show nine elaborate carved scenes that are inside.

Thank GaryBrazel
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

The woman who sells tickets is the unfriendliest person we met in Portugal. She lets you wait because she needs to finish a game on her computer, doesn't look at you and just barks at a question - even when asked in Portuguese. Apart from...More

1  Thank Max F
Reviewed 9 November 2017 via mobile

On a 2 week holiday of Portugal’s Pousada hotels and we have seen several cathedrals. Our guide was informative though there were several other guided groups- some with loudly voiced guides that were disturbing to others. Lovely building and interiors. Small entrance fee.

Thank Susan B
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